Civil Rights Activist and Author David Dennis Sr. to Present "What Does it Mean to be an American" at the La Crosse Community Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration at Viterbo University Jan. 21
Tuesday, Jan. 15
12:15 p.m. Mass – San Damiano Chapel
1–2 p.m. APA Drop-in Writing Help – Murphy Center 332
3–5 p.m. Free Body Composition Testing as part of Love EVERY Body Week – Mathy Center conference room 203
6:30–8 p.m. Yoga Supersession – Mathy Center. Raffle drawings for yoga equipment.
You can still join one of the Viterbo choirs this semester. There are spots left in Women’s Chorale (meets Tuesday and Thursday from 2–2:50 p.m.) and Concert Choir has openings in the Tenor and Bass sections (meets MW 12:20–1:15 p.m. and T-TH noon–12:50 p.m.). Contact Brett Robison for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t miss out on one of Viterbo’s strongest traditions.
Register today for Service with the Sisters Saturday, Jan. 26. Groups will serve at St. Rose Convent, the WAFER Food Fair distribution event, Aptiv, and the Parenting Place. The day starts at 8:30 a.m. in Reinhart Center 127 and concludes after lunch and conversation in the Reinhart Center Board Room around 1 p.m. Register through UGetConnected.
Register for the spring session of Healthy Hawks. It is an 8-week health and well-being program that begins on Tuesday, Jan. 29. Registration is $25. Personal training, nutrition counseling, and weekly group sessions provided.
Group Fitness Demo Week: Check out Rec Sports group fitness classes being offered this semester. Classes are free for employees, members, and always free for students. Today’s classes include: 6:45 a.m. Tone n’ Tighten, Noon Pilates, 6 p.m. Kickboxing, and 6:30 p.m. Yoga Supersession.
Students: you can now book an appointment with health services at www.viterbo.edu/health-services and click the book now button.
Everyone is invited to participate in Viterbo’s MLK Day Project Linus Knit-a-Thon from 9 a.m.–6 p.m. Monday, Jan. 21 in the School of Nursing Building 104. The goal of the project is to create 5” x 5” squares that are combined to form hand-made blankets that will be donated to the local Project Linus chapter. There will be staff available throughout the day to teach any beginners or people who might need a refresher. There will also be various videos/documentaries showing that examine some of the important issues and systems Dr. King fought to dismantle. For more information and to sign up on UGetConnected.